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Stereolithography (SLA)

The Form 3 is the next generation of stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing. SLA printing provides some of the highest accuracy and best cosmetic finishes available. With an extensive material library available this technology is great for high resolution design prototypes, digital dentistry, custom jewelry casting, and other demanding applications.

Tech Specs

Technology - Low Force Stereolithography (LFS)™

XY resolution - 25 microns

                         0.001 in

Lase power - One 250 mW laser

Build volume - 14.5 × 14.5 × 18.5 cm
                        5.7 × 5.7 × 7.3 in

Layer thickness - 25 – 300 microns
                            0.001 – 0.012 in

Supports - Auto-Generated / Light-Touch Removal

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Fine Detail &
Surface Quality

Crisp, clean features:
The high-power-density laser is passed through a spatial filter to guarantee a clean laser spot.

Consistent printing:
A parabolic mirror ensures that the laser prints perpendicular to the build plane, ensuring uniform print quality across the entire build platform.

Improved part clarity:
With LFS technology's improved layer registration and surface finish, translucent materials print clearer than ever, right off the printer.


Standard Resins

Outstanding performance. Excellent detail.

Custom-formulated to deliver the highest-quality output, the Standard Resins capture astonishing detail without sacrificing strength.

Engineering Resins

Functional prototyping materials.

The library of versatile, reliable Engineering Resins is formulated to help you reduce costs, iterate faster, and bring better experiences to market.

Jewelry Resins

High-detail materials for jewelry design and clean investment casting.

Prototype impressive concept models and manufacture distinctive pieces with sharp resolution and the best surface finish on the market, from idea to fitting to casting.

Dental Resins

Professional Materials for digital dentistry.

Formlabs Dental Resins enable high precision, low-cost digital production of a range of dental products in-house, including surgical guides, orthodontic models, retainers, and aligners.

Ceramic Resin

Parts 3D printed in silica-filled Ceramic Resin can be fired to create a fully ceramic piece. This experimental Form X material requires more trial and error than other Formlabs products.

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  • Detailed prints

  • Parts with different properties for different applications

  • Parts that are easy to paint or resurface

  • Miniatures

  • Masters for mold making

  • Figurines

  • Parts that need to have specific properties

  • Dentistry


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